Trans- communication. Weronika Domagała, Sara Mi sta.
Weronika Domagała, Sara Mista
Trans-communication – thoseareattempts ofcommunicationwith beings from other worlds beyond our space and time.The first attempts oftrans-communication werein1901 and 1902 when the ethnologist WaldemarBogoras, participating in shamanic ritual during an expedition to Siberia recordedvoices on theportable phonograph constructed byThomas Alva Edison.
Trans-communication comes from spiritism -the belief which recognizes the existence of spirits and souls of the dead and the possibility of contactingthem, usually with the help of the media, or people who are particularly gifted.
Trance – is acommunicationwith the spirits of people who are particularly gifted withthisability(calledmediums) whoduring the trance may even be directly controlled by the spirit and speak withthe voice of thedeceased. Meetings with the medium spiritualists are called „meetings." The purpose of the medium is often to help "lost and suffering“ spirits of those who died, f.e. ina sudden death in a car accident,or theghostsseeking revenge on theother people. Meetingsusually take place in the evening or at night in the roomwhereallthewindowsarecovered andthewooden tableisinthecentre of theroom.
In 1985, the deceasedpeoplecould be seen on TV for the first time, as intheopposition to thepossibility of onlyhearingthem. Klaus Schreiber, the technician, after conducting vast research, was able to see some of his dead relatives whom he previously contacted only by recording their voices on the tape recorder, on TV.
On January 7th, 1988 Klaus Schreiber died. His obituary was:
"Death does not exist.It is only a transition to another plain of existence.I am with you."This last sentence turned out to be trueimmediately after his death –one of his friendsrecorded his voice on thetapeduringthefuneral of Schreiber. Since then, many peoplewanting to contactSchreiberwerereallyable to achievetheiraim.
The image of Anne Guigné (25.04.1911-14.01.1922) whenshe was alive(left), andherimagedisplayedon the computer screen.
Friedrich Jurgenson, a Swedish researcher, picturetakenduring his life (left) and the photo of his ghost.
O. Agostino Gemelli
Dr Konstantin Raudive
Dr George Meek
Prof. dr Ernst OttonSenkowski